• Review: Atom Strange

    January 1, 1970

    From New York comes prog-rockers Atom Strange who recently released a 12 track set entitled The Slot Cosmonaut. Band is: Rick Dunn (vocals), Alex Rude (Guitars), Vinnie LaRocca (Drums), Dave Kuhn (Bass).   Primary URL: http://www.atomstrange.com/ ATOM STRANGE formed in 2006 with musicians Alex Rude and Rick Dunn. They shared a vision of forming a […]

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  • Review: Azwel – From Now On

    January 1, 1970

    “From Now On” Azwel / 2014 I came into this review a little blind on what to expect of Azwel. I was pleasantly pleased with getting to know this artist musically. Azwel is a project that involves songwriter Jason Perrillo from New York. For more than a decade, he has been releasing albums. There is […]

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  • Winchester Revival release Eyes in the Canopy

    January 1, 1970

    BANDCAMP: http://winchesterrevival.bandcamp.com/ This band from East Bay, California is composed of four members: Kirk Snedeker : drums; Ron Cruz : bass; David Rosenheim : vocals; Matt Glick : electronics; Andrew Lund : guitar, backing vocals   Right from the start this unique band stands out from other artists in a good way within this overly saturated […]

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  • Jimmy Jax Pinchak Band – Make It Better

    January 1, 1970

    Review by G. W. Hill http://jimmyjaxpinchak.com/   It wouldn’t be a big stretch to imagine Jimmy Jax Pinchak Band – Make It Better was some long lost album from the 1970s. There is a genuine retro quality to the set. It’s got a lot of great music on it, too. The hooks are generally memorable and […]

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  • Review: Lovebite – Lock N’ Load

    January 1, 1970

    Band/Artist: Lovebite CD: Lock N’ Load (SPECTRA RECORDS)   Score: 4/5   It’s easy to know how to categorize a band like Lovebite. This English 4 member band is about to release their latest CD entitled “Lock N’ Load’ And I was able to get an awesome  sneak peak. This band seems to be making […]

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  • Craving Strange – A Life Exceptional

    January 1, 1970

    Band: Craving Strange Album: A Life Exceptional URL: http://cravingstrange.net/ Score: 3.5/5 Enter Craving Strange 4 member New York based rock band that just released their latest CD “A Life Exceptional” in 2014 (Horian Records). On the upside, you can expect 4 semi-experienced rock musicians who champion a high intensity sound against a passionate backdrop of […]

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  • Deborah Bonham – Spirit

    January 1, 1970

    Artist: Deborah Bonham Album: SPIRIT Label: Spectra Records Website: www.deborahbonham.com Genre: Blues Rock Sounds Like: EarlyFleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin   From Redditch Worcestershire England comes Deborah Bonham, little sister of musical legend and icon John Bonham from the Mighty Led Zeppelin. Unlike her brother, Deborah does not have the same passion for drumming, instead she […]

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  • John Oszajca – Elephant Graveyard

    January 1, 1970

    Artist: John Oszajca CD:  Elephant Graveyard URL: http://www.johnoszajca.com/ From Los Angeles comes one rocker known as John Oszajca who released his Elephant Graveyard CD back in 2077. Right from the start it might be easy to just categorize Oszajca as some trendy The Black Keys type artist trying to get his foot in the door. It wouldn’t […]

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  • David Park – Until I’m Done

    January 1, 1970

    This is such a complex, amazing and dramatic CD what else can I say in the end? Until I’m Done by David Park is more than amazing and dramatic, it’s also extremely suspenseful and somewhat comical. It has a very quirky-bluegrass quality to it as well. The intro title track gives you the impression as […]

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  • Introducing Lemon Hill

    January 1, 1970

    URL: http://lemonhillmusic.com/   Lemon Hill in an up and coming 3 piece Alt-Rock band based out of Philadelphia. Note: These new tracks were made available to the public in February on their URL and Soundcloud links – both provide in this article.   Lemon Hill : Jake Dean (bass) , Lou Graff (guitar), Domenic Malandro […]

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